A BOOK marking Wilfred Owen’s confirmation has been donated to a group celebrating the First World War poet’s connection to Dunsden.
Robin Werrell-Horne presented the holy communion book to the Dunsden Owen Association after discovering it among his father’s belongings several months ago.
It came after his partner Kim Bradley read a Henley Standard news story about the association receiving a Heritage Lottery Fund grant of almost £23,000.
The group and arts company Outrider Anthems will use the money to stage a series of events this year, which marks the centenary of the start of the Great War.
Owen lived in Dunsden from September 1911 until February 1913 and was a lay assistant to the vicar of All Saints’ Church.